Does your fish tank collect tiny debris and food particles that can be harmful to your pets? Don't worry, there's one easy solution! Keep the water in your aquarium clean, clear and free of impurities with Fluval Activated Carbon Filter Media from Pet Store
The Fluval Activated Carbon Filter Media from Hagen features first class carbon particles that serve as a trap for minute particles. Aside from serving as a mechanical filter for solid wastes, it also dissolves liquid wastes such as dyes, urine and other impurities. By doing this, your aquarium water stays crystal clear and free of harmful particles.
The Fluval Activated Carbon Filter Media has a large internal area that provides places for important colonies of bacteria to flourish. Ideal levels of necessary bacteria will keep your aquarium healthy
Carbon absorbs large amounts of nutrients that are found in plant fertilizers so use Fluval Activated Carbon Filter Media carefully especially when you have live plants in your tank. Replace media every month to maintain the filter's effectiveness.
This easy to use filter media comes in convenient, non-toxic bags. Fluval Activated Carbon Filter Media is manufactured by Rolf C. Hagen Inc., a Canada-based company specializing in high quality pet supplies.Fluval Activated Carbon
provides many benefits in both fresh and marine water. The high quality carbon provides a large porous area to trap minute particles. Besides providing a small sieve for mechanical trapping of organic wastes, carbon also removes liquid wastes from water. These include urine, dyes or impurities in solution. This action provides sparkling clear water in the aquarium. The large internal surface area also provides numerous points for important bacterial colonies to form and thrive. Carbon should always be removed during medication. It has also been recently noted that carbon will adsorb a large percentage of many of the nutrients in plant fertilizer products. As such, it should be used carefully when keeping live plants. Carbon loses its activity without outward sign. In general, carbon should be replaced on a monthly basis to ensure that active adsorption is maintained.